Congratulations to Dr. LeCount for the release of her new publication, “Classic Maya Marketplaces and Exchanges: Examining Market Competition as a Factor for Understanding Commodity Distributions.” This is included in
Abstract: The number of farmers markets in the United States has increased rapidly over the past decade. The emergence of trendier markets puts pressure on cities to rehabilitate their traditional markets
Dogs find things and dogs like bones. It’s as “simple” as that. Just released is Keith Jacobi’s fascinating story on dogs that are used in forensic studies and how he
And the good news keeps on a-coming. Please find attached this recently released article Rachel Briggs in our flagship journal American Antiquity. Absolutely wonderful Rachel! Keep up the good work.
This is such great news. Our own Tina Thomas (imminently Dr. Thomas) is a co-author on the attached paper in the journal AIMS Public Health. According to Jason, Dr. Payne
Please see attached Bill’s recently released book chapter. I think we all could profit from a comparative view of stress at this time of the year. Many congratulations Bill! Dressler,
And when it rains it pours! Attached is a recent article by Marysia that came out recently. Congrats to our busy faculty! Galbraith, M. 2015. “Multiculturalism in a
Some of you may have heard of Teocentli. Although small in size, it is an anthropological newsletter that has been going since 1926. For many years it was edited by
The American Journal of Human Biology has just published an article online (ahead of print) by Dr. Christopher Lynn, Johnna Dominguez (MA, 2015), and Dr. Jason DeCaro entitled “Tattooing to
The latest installment of #BioculturalSystematics by Dr. Kathy Oths has been published on the Anthropology News site http://www.anthropology-news.org/…/24/a-21st-century-update/.